Dave Godfrey (review date 1963)
SOURCE: “Turning New Leaves,” in Canadian Forum, Vol. 42, January, 1963, pp. 229–30.
[In the following essay, Godfrey offers a mixed assessment of the stories comprising Flying a Red Kite.]
Mr. Hood, with three degrees from the University of Toronto and a position at the University of Montreal, is a member of that growing new corporation known as the academically supported writer. It appears to have done little but aid his prose style, which is as lyrical, precise, individual, and witty as that of anyone...
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